College Speaking - David Coleman as "The Dating Doctor"
She was a teen star of Emmerdale, and then the Doctor came calling. Now Jenna Coleman is taking on her biggest role yet, as Queen I usually say David Tennant . Last year she was pictured chatting with Prince Harry at a polo event, Tabloid speculation inevitably ran rampant that she was dating the. David Coleman is known worldwide as The Dating Doctor. that examines the subtleties and complexities surround ing dating, relationships, romance and sex. David Coleman has some expert advice . or while viewing these videos, they reinforce and shape their brains and their sexual development.
Every individual brings with them their own unique history, personal level of experience and primary motivation for being involved. It is your role as a leader to inspire your membership to achieve greatness, to create an atmosphere where people feel a sense of ownership and where everyone feels compelled to properly prepare the generation of leaders to follow.
This session will provide you with concrete strategies to energize, retain and transition your members that you can immediately employ upon returning to campus…or maybe even before.
Is your campus ready?
They have traveled the world, undergone intense training, matured, reached PEAK physical and mental condition, have experienced indescribable atrocities and have come to know Battlemind as a daily way of life. Battlemind is a constant state of heightened awareness whereby a Service Member is alert and ready to carry out their duties to the best of their ability at any given moment in time including the use of fatal force if necessary. How will this translate to our warriors being back on your campus?
How will you involve them? Lead people who could probably just as easily lead you? David Coleman has traveled the world talking to our Service Members. He was a Student Activities Director for 13 years. He will use this unique expertise to give you the best advice he can on how to form a partnership that will make your campus better and improve the lives of all involved. From Battlemind To Campus Grind!
For Service Members You have humbly and diligently served our county in countless ways. Nowit is time for you to focus on your studies and attend a wonderful college or university in the United States. What can you expect when you return home and attend classes? What opportunities will be available to you?
What obstacles will you face? How will you transfer all the training you have received to a campus environment and keep yourself sharp, your skills honed and positively contribute to the overall campus environment and experience?
How will you transition from Battlemind to Campus Grind? David Coleman has traveled the world speaking to our Service Members and has also spoken on 2, campuses nationwide to over two million people.
He was a Student Activities Director for 13 years as wel. He will use this unique expertise and skill set on both sides of the equation to give you the best advice he can on how to form a partnership that will make your campus better and improve the lives of all involved, most importantly, yours as a flourishing new student.
Two Hours To A Team! Ask any supervisor, advisor or organizational leader what their biggest concern is and they will talk about egos, personalities, reputations, petty jealousies, ancient history and apathy standing in the way of their organization successfully accomplishing their goals.
In addition, participants will experience engaging exercises that will challenge them to leave their comfort zones and make a major statement about the person they are and the person they long to become.
People leave with changed attitudes and the staying power to give their best effort every time. Mastering Multi-Tasking This session will teach important principles about setting realistic goals, assessing daily choices and decisions, how we divide up our time and how we prioritize our life.
Most importantly, the participants will learn that in order to reach their goals, they must make them a part of their every day routine and lifestyle. Participants will have no idea just how much they have learned until the end, when we process what has just occurred.
Laughter, success and failure will provide a common bond that will change lives, perceptions and habits, forever.
Making Students Matter for faculty and staff This program, designed specifically for student affairs administrators and staff or anyone who works closely with college studentswill prepare those who regularly interact with students to deal with the highs and lows students encounter throughout their experiences. You have the opportunity to choose your attitude every day and you will come to understand the importance of that decision and the impact it has upon the students you serve.
We will discuss the 5 Stages of Development EVERY college student experiences and what can be expected from them as they progress through each stage. Several of the social and personal differences between male and female college students will be revealed as well as the nature of interpersonal social relationships they engage in. The top ten mistakes college students make will be revealed and each attendee will be taught how to gauge whether or not their students are involved in healthy relationships in and out of their area of responsibility.
The audience will come to understand that leadership is not something a position gives you, it is something a situation offers you! Making Athletics Matter for student athletes This program, designed specifically for student athletes, covers three distinct areas: We will discuss the ability and importance of choosing a positive attitude every day as well as living a life of integrity and character.
Student athletes are in the public eye and succeed and fail in front of people on a regular basis. It makes their life more visible and exposes them to praise, ridicule and judgment.
Student athletes can become TARGETS for others who may be in awe or jealous of the opportunities they have and how they can reduce their chance of being taken advantage of without negatively affecting their lifestyle. The stages of relationships, the characteristics of healthy relationships, and the top ten mistakes student athletes make will give your students an honest look at relationships and how they can be more successful in their interactions on and off the field.
We discuss how social relationships between athletes differ from those of non-athletes and clearly define the difference between dreams and goals. The program ends with a life-changing video and slide show the leaves your athletes inspired to do great things for themselves and each other for the right reasons! Making Student Athletes Matter for coaches and staff This inspirational and humorous program, designed for coaches, administrators and staff, or anyone who works closely with student athletes, covers the 5 Stages of Development EVERY college athlete goes through and what can be expected from student athletes as they navigate through each stage.
This program will prepare those who regularly interact with athletes to deal with the highs and lows students encounter throughout their experiences. Several of the social and personal differences between male and female college athletes will be revealed as well as the nature of the interpersonal social relationships they engage in. The top ten mistakes student athletes make will be shared and each attendee will be taught how to gauge whether or not their athletes are engaged in healthy relationships on and off the field.
Finally, the audience will receive 10 proven strategies to make their student athletes matter and ways to protect themselves from student athletes with whom they may be perceived as too social or casual.
It is time for the fluff and rhetoric to end and for integrity and action to begin. The apparent sexual behaviour of children can be disruptive, distressing and even destructive for family harmony. Over the years, I have heard so many stories of families that have been torn apart by the behaviour of their child or another child, where it appears to be sexually motivated.
However, based on what you describe, I think your son is being unfairly demonised for what is normal behaviour for children aged five.
He and his cousin seemed, from what you say, to be expressing a fairly typical curiosity about each other's bodies, which is common amongst that age group. Five-year-olds are quite likely to begin to wonder, 'where do babies come from? Children their age may show interest in their own genitals or the genitals of other children of either sex. We commonly allude to this interest by jokingly referring to the "you show my yours and I'll show you mine…" phase that children can exhibit.
Children of their age may hug and kiss each other and may play doctors and nurses, complete with full examination! We need to understand that these kinds of behaviours do not carry the same adult sexual intent, or even awareness of sexuality, that make them sexual activities per se.
They may involve the sexual body parts, but they are not sexual in their motivation. So, it would be really helpful to know exactly what your son and niece were doing in the room with their pants down. If it is the case that they were just checking out each others' bodies, even if that involved touching as well as looking, then I don't think there is anything to be alarmed about.
If, however, they were simulating sex oral sex or penetrative sex then their behaviour is more worrying and does require a much more significant evaluation, to try to determine where either or both of them may have learned those kinds of behaviours.
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I think you will find that the social workers will be much more concerned if the children were mimicking sex in any way. Assuming that your son's and his cousin's behaviour was at the more typical, curiosity-based end of the spectrum, it does, nonetheless, warrant a conversation about bodies and about privacy. So, I think you'll need to talk to him about his private parts, and girls' private parts being off-limits for touching. An easy way to help children his age understand which parts of the body are private is to refer to the parts that are usually covered by swimming togs.
Do use the correct language and terminology, referring to his penis and his cousin's vulva or vaginal area. I think it is really important that your son knows that he is not a bad child for what he did. It is perfectly fine for him to learn that it isn't OK to touch other people on their private parts, but do make sure you differentiate between him as a person and his behaviour. It would also be really important to have a full and frank conversation with your brother and sister-in-law.
Perhaps someone else in the family might broker a sit-down meeting where you could all discuss what actually went on, with a view to clarifying the full nature and extent of what the two were up to with their pants down. Having social work involved may be a good thing, as it will, hopefully, shed light on the actuality of what happened and the shared or otherwise nature of their behaviour. I think your son deserves an opportunity to avoid being pilloried and vilified for what seems to be normal five-year-old behaviour.
My daughter holds her poo, sometimes for days. How can we help her learn to go more regularly? My daughter is almost three-and-a-half and we have just started to potty-train her.
- David Coleman as "The Dating Doctor"
She is holding her poo. She can literally do this for days until she eventually goes with extreme pain. This has been going on since she was 18 months old and was in nappies. We have been to the doctor a few times and she was prescribed a laxative to help things along. She still holds her poo until she lets go of a huge load of sludgy wetness, which ends up everywhere.